Installing and Uninstalling Plug-In in Unattended Mode
You can install or uninstall AWS Plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication in the unattended mode using the command line interface. The unattended mode does not require user interaction — the installation runs automatically in the background, and you do not have to respond to the installation wizard prompts. You can use it to automate processes in large-scale environments.
To install AWS Plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication in unattended mode, use either of the following options:
- If AWS Plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication is a part of Veeam Backup & Replication installation package, follow the instructions provided in the Veeam Backup & Replication User Guide, section Installing Veeam Backup & Replication in Unattended Mode.
- If AWS Plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication is delivered as a separate .EXE file, use the instructions from this subsection.
Before You Begin
Before you start unattended installation, do the following:
- Download the AWS Plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication .EXE file as described in Installing Plug-In (steps 1–4).
- Check compatibility of the AWS Plug-in for Veeam Backup & Replication and Veeam Backup & Replication versions. For more information, see System Requirements.
Installation Command-Line Syntax
Open the command prompt and run the .EXE file using the following parameters:
%path% /silent /accepteula /acceptthirdpartylicenses [/uninstall]
The following command-line parameters are used to run the setup file:
Specifies a path to the installation .EXE file on the backup server or in a network shared folder.
Sets the user interface level to None, which means no user interaction is needed during installation.
Confirms that you accept the terms of the Veeam license agreement.
Confirms that you accept the license agreement for 3rd party components that Veeam incorporates.
Uninstalls the plug-in.
Example: ”AWSPlugin_126.96.36.199.exe /silent /accepteula /acceptthirdpartylicenses /uninstall”
Replaces missing files, firewall rules and registry keys.
Example: ”AWSPlugin_188.8.131.52.exe /silent /accepteula /acceptthirdpartylicenses /repair”